ROCCAT Pyro keyboard aims at delivering the most features for $99.99

Posted on Tuesday, May 04 2021 @ 11:51 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Besides the membrane-based Magma, ROCCAT also teases its Pyro mechanical gaming keyboard. According to the firm, this is one of the most feature-packed sub-$100 mechanical gaming keyboards. Pyro will ship on May 30st for $99.99. The Pyro keyboard uses TTC red switches with 2.0mm actuation and offers per-key RGB LED illumination. It has a brushed aluminum top plate, a detachable palm rest, and dedicated media controls (including a volume wheel).
ROCCAT Pyro Mechanical RGB Gaming Keyboard
Pyro is one of the most feature-packed mechanical gaming keyboards for under $100. The Pyro's new design is reinforced by a premium brushed metal top plate, offering gamers a sleek, robust, and stylish mechanical keyboard. Pyro uses TTC's linear (red) switches with a 2.0mm actuation point, 45g operating force, and a total travel distance of 4.0mm for a keystroke that feels both precise and strong. The Pyro's switches are tested to 50 million keystrokes lifetime for a responsive and durable gaming experience. Advanced anti-ghosting technology also ensures all simultaneously pressed keys are registered.

Like the Magma, the Pyro is equipped with a detachable palm rest. It also has the Vulcan series' fan-favorite volume wheel for quick and easy audio control. Pyro features ROCCAT's AIMO lighting engine with per-key illumination in 16.8 million RGB colors. AIMO reacts organically to your usage with vivid lighting displays out of the box, without the need for extensive configuration. It also syncs with compatible AIMO-enabled products to create desktop illumination that flows from device to device.
Pyro mechanical gaming keyboard

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